He was diagnosed with a Glioblastoma brain tumor that’s lodged in his spinal cord, but the 30-year-old Vancouver native has made the rest of his life a celebration.“I will be positive to a fault – and actually the thing is I really believe it,” Ryan said. “Not artificial positive, but I will be well, I see the world through rose-colored glasses.” I’m so inspired by this family. God bless them. A positive way to leave even when you can see the end..
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